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Thread: One of the cutest baby quilts I've seen

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    One of the cutest baby quilts I've seen


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    that's really adorable and clever
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    cute the way they peek into the next block.

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    Just adorable!

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    Any idea on how to order the pattern? I tried going into the site to no avail.
    All my grand-children have paws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fivepaws View Post
    Any idea on how to order the pattern? I tried going into the site to no avail.

    The class is $250 but the book is on Amazon for, ready?, $225. It's for machine embroidery. I think I'd try to figure something out on my own!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fivepaws View Post
    Any idea on how to order the pattern? I tried going into the site to no avail.
    It's an Anita Goodesign pattern. Try their website.

    Here's the link. It's Animal Playhouse and the pattern is $250.00
    https://www.anitagoodesignonline.com...nique=applique
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    His (Yes, Anita Good Design's owner is a guy) are very cute, but incredibly expensive! Some sewing centers offer them as a block of the month, which spreads the cost out. Many blocks of the month where you get the fabric are 20+ dollars a month, so these designs are in the ball park, and you have the designs to make as many quilts as you'd like!
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    Incredibly creative and incredibly expensive. But fun to look at!

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    That is really cute.

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    I've done similar quilts as applique. You can get cute free graphics on clip art and enlarge. Really easy if you measure the size of your blocks for consistency when assembling and cost hardly anything if you use your stash

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    I thought it was a cute idea but I'd never pay that much.

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    It really is cute!

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    I love it, but I would never pay $250 for a pattern.
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    That is adorable. But it is way out of my price range.

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    I agree, a charmer!

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    If anyone is interested, I just got an email from Anita Goodesign. They have 17% off on anything on their site today only. That would make the pattern $207.50 instead of $250. It's still expensive but better than $250. Just use code Lucky3/17 at checkout.
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    Very cute!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Innov8R View Post
    I love it, but I would never pay $250 for a pattern.
    Me either. I think I would just draft my own designs to make with appliqué. The label would read -"Inspired by..."
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    They might sell three or four...
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